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Clinical Pathology

  • V. Boonpucknavig
  • T. Srichaikul
  • S. Punyagupta
Part of the Handbook of Experimental Pharmacology book series (HEP, volume 68 / 1)

Abstract

Malaria has always been considered as one of the most important and deadly diseases of man. In 1955 a short-lived hope of malaria eradication was created when a global programme was initiated by the World Health Organization (WHO 1955, 1956). Twenty years later, because of the development of resistance to DDT by the mosquitoes and to chloroquine by Plasmodium falciparum, as well as financial problems, the programme was declared a failure (WHO 1975).

Keywords

Disseminate Intravascular Coagulation Falciparum Malaria Cerebral Malaria Clinical Pathology G6PD Deficiency 
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  • S. Punyagupta

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